Tiger Woods is the GOAT of golf and anyone who says otherwise needs to check themselves before they wreck themselves. Arnold Palmer may have set the stage but Woods was the star.
Woods has paid his dues when it comes to the golfing world. He’s won majors (many) and broken records, he brought golf into main stream media, and he brought home the Ryder Cup as vice-captain.
Take a look back at the evolution of Tiger and you’ll see that there’s nothing this guy can’t do, and coming back to the competitive side of golf is just another thing on the list.
“Don’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years.” – LL Cool J
Tiger broke 80 at the age of 8 and beat his father for the first time at age 11, with his father trying his hardest. He never won against his son again.
Tiger tore up the junior leagues, breaking records wherever he went. He still holds the record for winning the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship three years in a row.
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Tiger closed the 2006 season with 54 overall wins and 12 majors wins. Woods had broken the tour records for both total wins and total majors wins over eleven seasons. #winning
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It's not easy to come back to the lime light after the kind of bad press Woods got after his cheating scandal. Not to mention the injuries he was sustaining. His ranking dropped from 1st place to 2nd, all the way down to 58th. Even so, he still had 74 wins on Tour, second to only one other player.